JWW’s Activism Certification and Training program (ACT)
Through this program, young people can earn certification as official JWW Youth Activists by learning the skills of education, advocacy, and development first-hand. Working in Activist Circles, JWW youth activist clubs that have formed at various high schools and middle schools throughout California, students commit to completing three projects throughout the year: one each in the themes of Education, Advocacy, and Development. Over the year, these dedicated students are empowered with the tools and skills they need to advocate for positive change.
JWW has launched a new program for B’nai Mitzvah students, ACT 13! Through a unit of six lessons implemented in religious schools, students learn the skills of Education, Advocacy, and Development and earn opportunities to practice their new skills first-hand.
Summer Camp Programs
Each year JWW reaches out to young people attending area summer camps to engage them in action on the crises in Sudan and Congo.
ACT Koleinu- “Your Voice”
ACT Koleinu works with various Jewish youth group organizations to engage the Jewish youth voice. Through BBYO, NFTY, USY, NCSY, and Orange County’s Tallit program- young Jews build skills in activism and discover that their voice can indeed change the world.
Youth Group Programs
Jewish World Watch partners with various colleges to bring cultural and influential programs to their campuses.
JWW launched a University Fellows program in the 2011-2012 school year. Each fellow is the JWW organizer on campus, educating and engaging their peers about these causes and implementing programming to expand the reach of JWW. Meet our fellows!
With the traveling “Congo NOW!” Photography Exhibit, students can get a sense of life in Congo and educate their campuses about the crisis situation.
When college students host an education, advocacy, and develo0pment project on their campus they can receive the “Partner in Action” certification from Jewish World Watch.
If you are interested in engaging your community in any of these activities or for more information, please contact Mina Rush, Jewish World Watch’s Community Resource Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 818.501.1836